Dave Grohl's What Drives Us is an emotional documentary about the power of live music and the pain of its absence
The documentary centers on an experience common to most musicians, certainly rock bands. At some point they take the figurative leap of getting into a van with band members and bringing their music on the road.
The song also name-checks Bill Gates, lampoons conspiracy theories and those who deny climate change and gleefully reveals “There’s aliens in the deep state.”
"It’s a song that I wrote about coming out of lockdown, with some much-needed optimism,” Mick Jagger said.
Dave Grohl's memoir The Storyteller to be released in October 2021; will trace his prolific musical journey
The 52-year-old Grohl will reflect on everything from his childhood to his years with Nirvana and Foo Fighters to times spent with Paul McCartney, David Bowie and many others.
Ringo Starr on his new single Here’s to the Nights, feeling the lockdown blues, and the urge to hit the road again
The Beatle's latest offering features Paul McCartney, Sheryl Crow, Dave Grohl, Lenny Kravitz, Joe Walsh, Ben Harper and Finneas, among others.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Billie Eilish, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys livestream performances for benefit concert
Billie Eilish alongside her brother Finneas performed her No.1 hit 'Bad Guy' from their couch for the benefit concert hosted by Elton John.
The Foo Fighters release their new single 'Run' after 2015.
For over a decade now, artistes across genres have been innovating and experimenting with ways to engage with their fan base through their album releases. These marketing strategies range from the subtle to the completely over-the-top techniques of involving the eager fans in popularising the latest offering from the artiste.
French electronic music act Daft Punk dominated the 56th edition of annual Grammy awards winning five awards, including best album and best record of the year.